Widows and orphans, unite!
Above: From William Packard, The Poet’s Dictionary, Harper & Row Publishers,
1989. (Click for a larger image.)
Enjambement, an age-old literary or poetic device, “to create the illusion of energy
being carried over to the following line.” This will require careful study for those of
us used to ‘forced returns’ out of common practice. Indeed, it will require reading, understanding the writer’s intention and prerogative, as well as…
Letting go and letting type.